The PlayStation 5, in particular, is a hulking piece of kit that towers over the fridge-like Xbox Series X.
Chances are if you managed to get hold of a PS5 or Xbox Series X at launch, you’re probably struggling to neatly hide either console away under your TV.
Fortunately, flat-packed furniture specialist IKEA has come up with an ingenious new solution for customers shopping for console storage.
As you can see from the Twitter image below (via VG247), some IKEA stores are using replica PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles to help customers pick out suitable TV cabinets.
Customers can use the cardboard cutouts to test whether or not the PS5 and/or Xbox Series X fit into a storage unit before making a purchase.
It’s certainly better than buying and building a new cabinet, only to find out that the awkwardly shaped PS5 doesn’t quite fit.
We’re just glad the latest Microsoft and Sony consoles are backwards compatible, because we’re not sure anything is big enough to house current and last-gen consoles.
If the rumours are to be believed, then chances are even more people will be in the market for PS5 console storage later this week.
The PlayStation 5 has been hugely popular since launch, selling out in seconds whenever consoles have been back in stock.
At the time of writing, the only way to get a PS5 console is by paying inflated prices on sites like eBay.
However, there are unconfirmed reports that the PS5 will be back in stock on January 7.
The rumours claim that “most” UK retailers will receive PS5 stock later this week, as part of a “huge” new shipment.
Express Online will be keeping a close eye on the stock situation, so keep checking back for more information.
Anybody who does manage to pick up a PS5 is in for a treat, because there’s lots to love about Sony’s gargantuan new console.
Not only do games look great and perform better, but the DualSense controller adds an interesting new dynamic to certain genres.
Indeed, the first thing you should do when firing up your new console is to check out Astro’s Playroom, which does a fantastic job of showcasing Sony’s DualSense game pad.